One who is standing before a blazing fire shouldn’t spray gasoline in its presence. Water should be used to put the fire out, and if it cannot be put out, one must flee. It will do no good for a wife to further incite a blazing husband who is screaming. If she does, she will make the matter worse. And of course any man who cared about his family wouldn’t behave in such a way (Ephesians 5:25-29).
A soft response should be used before wrath because the word of God teaches it will change the situation (Proverbs 15:1,18, 30:33). However, not all men have faith (2 Thessalonians 3:1-3). Rather than contributing to wrath, one should flee.
No wife will have a good ending when going toe to toe with an enraged husband. Neither are two men arguing in the streets because bullets will fly. Jesus Christ was threatened by an angry mob, and He left them (John 7:1). The Apostle Paul was threatened by angry people, and he left them (Acts 19:29-31). Walk away, run away, never go back that way, do something to get yourself away from a person full of wrath. Do it quickly!